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In The Pines- Final Revelations

Monday 11th March / presented by Adam Trainer Peter Barr

Last week we announced that Felicity Groom, Gata Negra, O!, Red Jezebel, Spank, Timothy Nelson and The Infidels and Turnstyle, will be gracing the Somerville Auditorium stage with the bands named in the first line up announcement The Panics, Usurper of Modern Medicine, The Volcanics, Adam Said Galore, The Bank Holidays Lite, Circus Murders and Schvendes.

Beaverloop
The Tigers
The Fergusons
6's & 7's
Simone and Girlfunkle
Tucker B's

You may have noticed that many of the bands on this year’s line up haven’t frequented Perth’s live music venues in quite some time.

Indeed, Adam Said Galore, The Bank Holidays Lite, Beaverloop, Circus Murders, The Fergusons, Gata Negra, O!, Red Jezebel, Schvendes, Spank, The Tigers, Tuckers Bs and Turnstyle have reformed just for the occasion.

We’re thrilled, and quite blown away with just how many bands are dusting off their instruments (and in some instances, conquering distances!) to play the gig.

Today in the studio Peter Barr and Adam Trainer revealed the final lineup for this year's In The Pines:

Watch this space for an In The Pines 2013 Mixtape coming real soon and Homegrown In The Pines special broadcasts!

Tickets are available online now. $20 – RTRFM subscribers / $25 – general public
Presale tickets sold out last year and many missed out so get in quick!

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